A few weeks ago the NFL announced the Pro Bowl rosters for the 2020 season and to the complete shock of
literally everyone in the world no one the Dallas Cowboys did not have a single player make it.
Friday brought something that is far more prestigious than what the Pro Bowl has become, the Associated Press All-Pro teams. As you can imagine there were not any Dallas Cowboys present.
Here are the full AP All-Pro First and Second Team rosters: pic.twitter.com/ZQKJsZQ8dW— Brandon Zenner (@NPNowZenner) January 8, 2021
This is the first time since 2005 that the Cowboys do not have an All-Pro member which says a lot about the level of bad that they reached and the injuries that they suffered as the players that usually receive these honors were lost at various points.
Apparently the Cowboys only saw two players even get votes in Zack Martin and L.P. Ladouceur, but they weren’t enough to earn a spot on the team.
Speaking of Zack Martin, he has now seen two incredible streaks come to an end. Since being drafted by the Cowboys in 2014 he had been named to the Pro Bowl and either First- or Second-Team All-Pro squad in every single year of his career. Injuries finally got him and his run ends at six years in a row.